The AJP has launched a very aggressive campaign amidst the perception that the BJP may not give the AGP the 24 seats it contested in the last election.
The party’s state unit chief Ranjit Dass believed that AA --activities and achievements -- would help the BJP retain power.
The AJP was floated in September last year against the backdrop of the agitation against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act.
The AJP president Lurinjyoti Gogoi said the decision to come together was made to avoid the split of the votes of nationalists and people believing in regionalism.
During the upcoming elections, Congress and the AIUDF will have a seat-sharing arrangement to prevent the split of anti-BJP votes.
The party has two options -- either be a part of the six-party grand alliance of Opposition or strike an alliance with Asom Jatiya Parishad.
The grand alliance could feature the AJP, Raijor Dal, Autonomous State Demand Committee (ASDC), Gana Shakti, tribal councils etc.
It is a conspiracy to cause a split of BJP votes and help the Congress that fired the shots win the polls, the Union Home Minister said.